As COVID-19 has changed the way we work, train and study, the Australian Government is working to deliver more training online.
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Federal Member for Lyne, Dr David Gillespie said the improved and repurposed My Skills website will now focus on online training for Australians looking to upskill during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“The My Skills website has been tailored to offer more ways for Australians to improve their qualifications online,” Dr Gillespie said.
You can now search an increased online offering of registered training organisations (RTOs) and vocational education and training (VET) options currently available to continue to train for the future.
“It is crucial we focus on giving Australians more training and career opportunities during these challenging times.”
“As more Australians stay at home, we want them to be able to make the most of this time by upskilling and preparing themselves for future opportunities.”
There is a large number of course offerings from a range of training institutions from around the country and potentially even something that may not have been available to them before.
“A VET qualification opens the door to so many job opportunities, and nationally recognised qualifications can be gained in a matter of months,” said Dr Gillespie.
The launch of the improved and repurposed My Skills website complements the Federal Government’s existing programmes to support Australian workers with the Skills Match Tool prominently featured on the website.
The Skills Match Tool provides intuitive career guidance for Australians looking to choose or change careers based on the user’s previous work experience and qualifications. This includes providing information on a career’s likely income, whether the industry is in growth and what future pathways are available.
For more information visit: www.myskills.gov.au